How does adoption fit into the options for crisis pregnancies?
Trusting "smart people" with passive investments is a luxury of the rich—at great cost to the poor
"It’s much harder to sit in judgement of others when you know your own imperfections well."
The Feint Saint wrestles with an Olympic-sized head cold and some of life's bigger questions.
A dynamic partnership between International Justice Mission and the Church of Ireland Youth Department has produced The Justice Sessions.
The Evangelical Alliance Forum explores community transformation on Saturday, 4 November
The world is not poised, mocking grins ready, waiting for us to fail. And neither is God, explains the Feint Saint.
"In a few short years, she had buried her son and her husband and lost her home."
Open Doors: Standing with the persecuted church - and an epic cycle from Belfast to Turkey
That creation care is part of the mission of the church is widely accepted. But is creation also relevant to the other marks of mission?
How one church is working with community groups and civil authorities to create a community where every person feels safe, secure and respected.
“I bought a big red Bible - a real beauty. Even on the train home, I was hugging it to my chest.”
VOX magazine is LIVE at #Sligo17 for the New Wine Ireland summer conference this week bringing you news of all that is happening, as it happens. Don't miss a thing!
We can speak better of the faith journey with God when we boldly share the hard bits
Why saying yes to hospitality is as easy - or as dangerous - as pulling out the hoover
From our kids to our institutions - how come we find it so difficult to say one simple word?
Introducing a ministry hub in the heart of Galway that is transforming the lives of young people.
How much do tradition, upbringing and emotion affect our understanding of faith and interpretation of Scripture?
Brought up as a pastor’s daughter in Dublin, Sian Fitzgerald’s journey took her to heartbreak and back before she returned “home” in more ways than one.
On 27 May, millions of people across the world will step beyond fear and share their faith.
1 in 5 people in Ireland have had a mental health problem. I'm one of them. Let's talk about it.
VOX Magazine's editor, Ruth Garvey-Williams, heads off on another epic tour of the country hunting down stories of faith, life and reality
Thinking Biblically and theologically about refugees - including the uncomfortable bits
I was born after Roe v. Wade, so I’m learning from Irish believers how to approach "the before" abortion conversation
These five creative (and nontraditional) Lenten practices can strengthen your spirit all year long
The Feint Saint wonders how you say "thank you" to your cornea donor.
"Three words describe what Encounter is about: discovering, serving and growing."
Christian environmentalist Jonny Hanson argues that the Irish churches must address economic and ecological issues.
Procrastination doesn’t just rob us of success, it steals God’s best right out from under us.
"Jesus cared deeply and acted decisively. He went out of his way to help the alienated, mistreated, and those facing injustice."
The life lived in our house is not so unlike the life lived in the church; things will get messy.
Evangelical Alliance Ireland Executive Director Nick Park discusses the role Christians can have in advocating for the rights of others.
Four women share why they did – or didn’t – march in Dublin’s “Women’s March on Washington”
Solicitor Cormac O Ceallaigh considers the implications of the Charities Act.
ACET CEO Richard Carson discusses Advent, Apocalypse and AIDS on World AIDS Day.
Trump's election is an opportunity for the international body of believers to show a new way forward for the American church
"Healing takes time. It means learning how to work with God. I bring my wounds to Him, and He soothes the pain."
The choices we make – or the ones that are made for us – don’t have to make or break our calling
How Third Culture Kids can help us bridge the ocean of loneliness
Dublin-based director Greg Fromholz and his latest film on the man behind 'The Message'.
Two documentaries highlight the history of our society and who we want to live in it
"They have to fight tooth and nail for things I have taken entirely for granted."
Living in community allows us to share intimately without shame
As children grow, mothers can find freedom and purpose in new roles
All the news from the New Wine Summer Conference LIVE from #Sligo16.
"Judge not lest thou be judged” or “back off and leave me alone”?
Annmarie Miles on experiencing people's passion for refuse and recycling
Dr Keith McCrory casts a vision of conciliation with the St. Patrick's Foundation
Finding Faith Tour 2016 - hunting down stories of faith, life and reality.
Sarah Marshall explores the issue of body image and how it impacts women within the church in Ireland.
Meet “The Voice of Ireland” contestant: “You gave me the gift of song, and I want to use it to praise your name.”
Fr. Peter McVerry on standing in solidarity with the homeless and the marginalised in our society
"The new vertical relationship with God results in new horizontal relationships with one another."
...asks Lydia Monds from the Church of Ireland Bishops’ Appeal
Guess which nation celebrates its independence on a different date each year?
We sit down with the Chapel band and hear what it's like to beat Justin Bieber and how the church should be pioneering fresh music
Richard Spratt from Fields of Life ponders the disconnect between rich and poor and wonders which is which…
The inspiring story of Pastor Jack McKee who has worked tirelessly for peace and reconciliation in the heart of Belfast
Scott Evans searches for a uniquely Irish model of ministry
Innovista Ireland National Director Sam Moore reflects on the Young Adults' Survey findings.
Links to notes from all the main sessions.
Has the church, at least in the more affluent parts of the world, lost the art of singing the blues, asks Seán Mullan.
We've been hunting inspiring stories of faith, life and reality! Here are links to all the daily blogs.
An unlikely friendship leads to an unusual opportunity at a Sinn Féin Ard Fheis.
Our third "Finding Faith Tour" starts on 19 May with inspiring stories of faith, life and reality.
Updates from Irish Christian aid agencies working in Nepal and ways for you to give.
"What happened when we challenged our people to pray for their neighbours and invite them to church?"
“I had only turned my back for a moment and the world had changed."
“What will the Gospel look like if it explodes and spreads out within our community?”
What you need to know about summer festivals and conferences around Ireland!